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Time For Fixin The Lies

I have adapted the lyrics of  I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-to-Die Rag by Country Joe & The Fish (Joe McDonald wrote it in 1965 and performed it at Woodstock in 1969 http://www.rockcellarmagazine.com/2013/01/07/country-joe-fish-the-greatest-protest-song-of-the-60s/#sthash.8zcw6Guf.dpbs)…I call it “Time for Fixin’ the Lies Rag:”

 

country joe and the fish
Time for Fixin’ the Lies Rag” by Bill Dahl – melody by Country Joe & The Fish
Well…come on sensible Americans, 
Uncle Sam needs our help again.
Trump’s got us all in terrible jam, 
Around the globe – throughout the land.
Pick up your phone and get ready to run, 
We’re gonna have a whole lotta fun.
 
CHORUS

And its 1,2,3 what are we fightin’ for?
Please ask us we do give a dam, our next stop is Washington,
and its 5,6,7 open up the White House gates. 
Well there ain’t no time to wonder why…WHOOPIE! –  we can’t stand the lies!
 
Healthcare for all is way too slow, one reason it’s time for go-go-go.
There’s plenty of changes to be made, right wing agenda – don’t make the grade.
We know when they drop their next domestic policy bomb, 
The coordinates will be all wrong.
 
CHORUS
 
And its 1,2,3 what are we fightin’ for?
Please ask us we do give a dam, our next stop is Washington,
and its 5,6,7 open up the White House gates. 
Well there ain’t no time to wonder why…WHOOPIE! –  we will end the lies!


Now come on people lets move fast, our big chance is here at last.
It’s us they fear and you they dread, time to advance uncommon sense instead,
We know that progress can only be won, when we blow their agenda to kingdom come.

 
CHORUS
 
And its 1,2,3 what are we fightin’ for?
Please ask us we do give a dam, our next stop is Washington,
and its 5,6,7 open up the White House gates. 
Well this ain’t no time to accept their lies…WHOOPIE! –  We’re gonna replace these guys!


Now come on mothers throughout the land, pack your bags for Washington,
Come on fathers don’t hesitate, save your family before its too late,
Time is tickin’ on all our clocks, It’s time to march and wear holes in our socks!

 
CHORUS
 
And its 1,2,3 what are we fightin’ for?
Please ask us we do give a dam, our next stop is Washington,
and its 5,6,7 open up the White House gates. 
Well there ain’t no time to wonder why…WHOOPIE! –  It’s time to fix the lies!
Neo-Nazis have no place, Not in the U.S. – not the human race.
Come on America, extinguish all this hate.
It’s time to rise up and show these guys the gate!
CHORUS
 
And its 1,2,3 what are we fightin’ for?
Please ask us we do give a dam, our next stop is Washington,
and its 5,6,7 open up the White House gates. 
Well there ain’t no time to wonder why…WHOOPIE! –  Let’s sing for Trump’s bye-bye!


 

 

Brooks Lake – Wyoming

This photo album is our fly fishing trip on Brooks Lake in late June 2017 with guide (EXTRAORDINAIRE) Mark QuigleyBrooks Lake is situated within a high mountain basin in the Rocky Mountains at 9200 feet above sea level. It is one mile from the North American Continental Divide and has spectacular views of the Pinnacle Buttes, Austin’s Peak, and Brooks Mountain…..and the Rainbow TROUT are HUNGRY and PLENTIFUL!!!

This is one of the most gorgeous natural landscapes in the Rockies, outside the National Parks (and FAR FEWER PEOPLE!!!). Make sure you call Mark Quigley at 602-690-5901 to arrange a fly fishing and outdoor adventure that you will ALWAYS treasure.

Beware – the lake and lodge are situated in the midst of Grizzly Bear country. BE BEAR AWARE!!! ALWAYS CARRY BEAR SPRAY IN THIS AREA…AND STAY ALERT!!!

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – go to FULL SCREEN and/or SLIDE SHOW — or – just click on the image below.

Brooks Lake - Wyoming


 

ENJOY! We certainly did!!!

Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Photography is ALLOWED in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. I had the opportunity to visit this spectacular exhibition in June 2017. Remember, the images I share in this photo album to follow are the work of other artists displayed within the exhibit. My authorized photographs of their work do NOT do justice to the opportunity to view this phenomenal display of American culture in person…These images are my photographs of the work of others – distinctly more talented than me….and subject to their respective rights and copyright. DO NOT copy or share any image in this photo album…Please!!!

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…

 

Buffalo Bill Museum - Cody, Wyoming


 

Put this fantastic venue on your bucket list!!!

ENJOY!!!

Summer Sunsets 2017 by Bill Dahl

This is a photo album of some of my favorite sunsets that I have had the opportunity to witness during the summer of 2017.


 

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone.

You can CLICK HERE to go to the photo album – then – CLICK SLIDESHOW or go to FULL SCREEN…or…CLICK on the IMAGE BELOW to go to the photo album…

 

Sunsets - Summer 2017

ENJOY!


 

Swan Valley Idaho and Alpine Wyoming

One of my favorite regions in the American West.

This is a photo album of this locale during the summer of 2017. CLICK HERE  to go to the photo album  then click Slide Show. These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. ALL images are copyrighted and ALL Rights Reserved.

Sorry – on this trip the South Fork of the Snake River was blown out from snow melt – un-fishable…


 

ENJOY!!!

The American West – A Photo Journal by Bill Dahl

This post includes a photo album of our Summer of 2017 journey around the American West. It was nearly a month long and encompassed some 5,000 miles.

The journey began in Redmond, Oregon to Boise, Idaho to Rexburg, Idaho to Swan Valley, Idaho to Alpine, Wyoming to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to Grand Teton National Park to Dubois, Wyoming to the North Platte River in Alcova, Wyoming (by Casper) to Thermopolis, Wyoming to Cody, Wyoming up the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and over Beartooth Pass to Red Lodge Montana, back over Beartooth to Cooke City, Montana then into the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park to Gardiner, MT to Cutbank, MT to East Glacier National Park (St. Mary, MT) to Whitefish, MT and West Glacier National Park – then – back home to Redmond, OR.

There are some landscape and wildlife images in this photo journal that in 35 years exploring the outdoots as a photographer, I must admit, I was awed to be confronted with. We hope you enjoy them. ALL images are copyrighted and ALL Rights Reserved.

These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. CLICK HERE to go to the photo album then click Slide Show.


 

ENJOY! We did…